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Each year, World Environment Day (5 June) offers a timely reminder of the importance of being good custodians of the environment. Nature protection is the shared responsibility of all individuals, companies and organisations around the world.
The CLP Group expects to continue reducing its carbon intensity steadily in the coming years, thanks to the progress of projects to decarbonise its businesses in Hong Kong and other parts of the Asia-Pacific region, as highlighted in its latest Sustainability Report.
To accelerate efforts to address climate change, the CLP Group has strengthened its decarbonisation actions to fulfil its Climate Vision 2050 and made climate-related disclosures more transparent in its latest Sustainability Report.
In the 2019 Report, CLP has highlighted commitments to phase out its coal-based assets by 2050 at the latest, and not to invest in any additional coal-fired generation assets, under the updated Climate Vision 2050.
CLP Holdings Limited (CLP) today announced its latest decarbonisation actions under the updated Climate Vision 2050, pledging not to invest in any additional coal-fired generation capacity and to progressively phase out all remaining coal assets by 2050.
The CLP Group has committed to transitioning its fleet of more than 1,000 cars to electric vehicles (EVs) by 2030 and encouraging more employees to switch to EVs, as the Group has become the first Hong Kong company to join the global EV100 initiative run by the international non-profit organisation The Climate Group. EV100 brings together leading businesses committed to making electric transport “the new normal” by 2030.